Networked leadership

Posted on by Brandon Klein

These leadership patterns can be restricting or enabling. Knowing in the brain is a set of neural connections that correspond to our patterns of communication. We don’t only connect with people; we link with topics, with information, with technology, and in the future with machine learning. The challenge is to see all the filters and linkages as communication patterns that are either keeping us stuck, running in circles or opening up new possibilities. We need new skills of dynamically connecting to new people and enriching information. This is a growing challenge for our tools. Social tools have developed tremendously on the publishing and social sharing side. The next developments need to take place on the social sense-making side.